PANAMA'S MONTAUK MONSTER?

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PANAMA CITY – A group of Panamanian teenagers claim to have killed and photographed a monster!
A group of teenagers, ranging from 14 years to 16 years old, were spending time outside in Cerro Azul when they spotted the creature. According to them, it startled them when it suddenly crawled out of a cave.
As it came towards them, they panicked and began to throw things at it. It subsequently died from the injuries inflicted, after which the teenagers ran away.
Apparently they went back to take photos, as they were posted on Telemetro.com
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It’s appearance near water and its lack of hair has lead to comparisons to the famous Montauk Monster, a still unsolved creature that washed ashore on Long Island.
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However, the ‘paws’ on the monster are leading some to believe it is merely a sloth missing it’s fur.
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146 thoughts on “PANAMA'S MONTAUK MONSTER?”

  1. like the original montauk monster it was not killed by those teenagers it had decomposed in water and they just happened to stumble across it

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  2. So I looked at the sloth picture and this picture. They have their similarities and differences. The eyes on this picture is to far away from the snout/nose. In other pictures (live ones), the eyes are closer to the snout/nose. I'm not saying this is not a sloth. I'm saying if it is a sloth, this is a different unknown species of sloth!

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  3. its a sloth alright. these are my favourite animals, i know full well what they look like. Hell knows what it was doing in a cave, for all we know some sick person might have shaved the poor thing and slung it in there. Sloths are near harmless, especially when on the floor; their legs arn't designed for supporting the weight of ther bodies, but for carrying it ( if that makes sense). Their claws makes it impossible to walk properly aswell. It might have been scared and went for them, but even then it would have been more likely to try and get away from them. Sloths usually only attack during mating seasons and when protecting young, so it might not have even seen them as a threat until it was too late. Poor thing. 🙁

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    • if they are indeed your favourite "ANIMAL" then you would know that they are in fact mammals. sorry but they are also mine and i just had to point that out 🙂

    • …why did you point out that they are mammals? what did that have to do with what she said about them?

  4. If you look in the top left of the picture you see hair !!!! It's a sloth that either died and fell in the river or "fell in and died". It's clearly a bloated corpse of a dead sloth and it's OBVIOUS !! A mutated hairless sloth ??? LMAO

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